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Hylas 54
$469,000 USD
54ft in

In North America, the Hylas 54 is the benchmark luxury performance cruiser. A yacht large enough for a couple or family to comfortably sail the world, yet manageable by a couple in their retirement years. It’s a perfect balance of creature comforts, space, and performance without being overly complex or difficult to maintain. The fast Frers design with elegant Queen Long interior meld perfectly to meet the demands of most cruising sailors.

Voyager is a wonderful example of this sought-after design with major refits 2015 to present. Highlights include:

New 160 horsepower Yanmar engine (2015)

New Northern Lights generator (2021)

New 560 watt solar array (2015)

New Garmin electronics

New Firefly batteries and Victron inverter/chargers

New Cruiseair air conditioning units (2015)

New mast and standing rigging (2015)

New sails (2015 and lightly used since)

New upholstery foam and upholstery throughout (2021)

New Highfield dinghy and Yamaha outboard (2021)

Name of vessel Voyager
Model Hylas 54
Year 2000
Builder Hylas Yachts
Designer German Frers
Price $469,000 USD
Location Seattle, WA
Length (feet) 54
Beam (feet) 15'8"
Draft (feet) 7'2"
Displacement (pounds) 48200
Ballast (pounds) 20018
Engine model Yanmar 4LHA HTP
Engine horsepower 160
Engine hours 155
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 291
Water tank capacity (gallons) 164
Holding tank capacity (gallons) 60


Accommodation access is via the well-protected companionway. An easy step over a threshold with stainless-steel capping reaches the curved-tread companionway ladder. Stainless-steel grab rails outboard of the smoked acrylic/stainless steel-framed sliding hatch and integral with the ladder sides, provide ample handholds. The washboards are louvered teak.

Very few yacht builders deliver interiors with such elegance, light, and functionality as Hylas Yachts as epitomized on this Hylas 54 Voyager. Joinery is even-grained varnished Burmese teak. The cabin sole is satin-varnished bamboo and teak accent strips. Bilge access panels lock in place. Cabinet doors are louvered and positively closed with pop-up pushbutton latches. There are no sharp corners; all are radiused for safety and strength. Countertops in the galley and heads are Corian. Fiddles are fitted on all shelves and counters. The overhead is padded white vinyl over marine plywood on removable panels for access to deck hardware. Hardware and lighting is stainless-steel or chrome-plated. Flush-mount overhead spot lights are wall switched. Reading lights are sensibly placed. Handrails are thoughtfully positioned for safely moving about the cabin while at sea. Hatches are fitted with wood trimmed screens.

Voyager has a three stateroom/two head layout with the owner’s stateroom and ensuite head/shower aft. The galley is located to starboard in the aft cabin passageway making good use of under cockpit and under side deck space. The main salon is raised; taking advantage of the large fixed side and forward windows. The navigation/office space is to port of the companionway, close to the cockpit yet well-out of the way. A forward passage to starboard of centerline in the main bulkhead accesses the midship’s stateroom (to port), guest head (to starboard), and forward stateroom. Headroom is a cavernous 6’ 8” in the salon, and generally 6’ 5” throughout except the aft end of the galley where it measures 6’ 3”.

The forward guest stateroom is entered through a locking privacy door at the forward end of the passageway. Immediately to starboard is a door to the forward head. The V-berth measures 74” long. There are cabinets above the berth, up high below the side decks. Narrow bookshelves run along the hull sides below these cabinets/outboard of the berth. Additional cabinets and top opening bins are beneath the berth. There are lockers aft to port and starboard. A large overhead hatch provides natural light and ventilation. Two reading lights, three overhead spot lights, cabin fans, 110v and USB outlets and two stereo speakers complete this comfortable guest cabin.

The forward head is finished in white laminate with varnished teak trim making it bright and easy to clean. Entrance is via a door in the forward stateroom or a separate locking door in the forward passageway. Two spot lights and a dome light in the shower stall are switched at the sink, just inside the forward door. A deep oval sink is integral to the Corian counter and set in a curved/fiddled vanity.  Three teak-trimmed mirrors are attached to medicine cabinet doors and properly angled up for shaving.  A Raritan electric head is outboard, aft of the sink. A large stall shower is aft and fitted with a hinged/folding seat shower nozzle and adjustable bar for showering while seated or standing. A teak-trimmed/acrylic door closes the stall. A removable varnished teak grates cover the in the shower. There is a linen locker is outboard of the shower below the side deck. A single lever mixer valve, opening cabin side ports, overhead hatch, cowl vent, fan, and 110V outlet complete this space.

The midship’s guest stateroom is to port and just forward of the main bulkhead. A pocket door slides aft and latches to close this cabin. A pullman berth is outboard above a bank of drawers and top loading bins. This berth measures 80” long. This upper and lower inboard/forward cabinet is fitted with shelves.  Forward and inboard, there is a hanging locker. A overhead hatch, cowl vent, cabin fan, a reading light, and overhead spot light, and 110V outlet complete this cabin.

The central dining, relaxing, and entertaining area aboard Voyager is the raised salon. The cabin sole is located 7” above the forward cabin sole and 9” from the nav station and galley soles. Upholstery is blue fabric on sculpted sectional cushions for comfort. Large, teak-trimmed windows are forward and on each side of the cabintop. Two overhead opening hatches are teak trimmed with hinged bug screens.  An “L” – shaped dinette is to port.  An inboard double bench seat is track-mounted allowing it to be slid and secured below the table or as a footrest for the starboard settee. The table raises up/down on its crank pedestal. A middle leaf is removable reducing the table for cocktails or games. Cabinets outboard above the settees on each side flank open bookshelves with fixed hull side ports. Storage bins are outboard of the seatbacks and below the seats. A long settee is to starboard with the seat bottom sliding out to create a wide sleeping berth. A flat screen TV is mounted on the forward bulkhead to port of the mast. Four reading lights, three overhead lights, air conditioning control, USB and 110V outlets, complete this space.

The navigation station is to port of the companionway and doubles as an office space; open to the salon and galley yet set apart by a partial bulkhead and sink countertop. An upholstered swivel pedestal chair has teak arm rests. Navigation/communications electronics are mounted outboard in a black laminate-faced cabinet. This cabinet face hinges for easy access to wiring. The electrical system switch/breaker panel is aft in a hinged panel. Analog volt/ammeters are above the breakers. Genset and inverter/charger control panels are inboard in this cabinet. The outboard chart table features a hinged top with storage below. A second desk area is aft with a dedicated laptop drawer. A double-door cabinet is above this aft desk. Three drawers are aft/inboard below the aft desk. A wide chart storage locker is inboard below the galley countertop/above the engine. USB and 110v outlets, two overhead spot lights, a reading light, cabin fan, and focused chart light complete this space.

The large and well-conceived galley is to starboard, running aft of the companionway and 9” lower via two steps from the salon sole.  At eleven feet long, the galley has ample cabinet and countertop space for the most discerning chef. Countertops are a green Corian. The large double galley sink is underhung stainless steel and located inboard for overboard draining on all heel angles. Aft of this counter on the inboard side of the galley are two lockers, one of pots and pans and another useful for pantry storage. At the forward end of the outboard galley counter is a hinged/fold out trash bin with top access plate. Numerous storage cabinets are below the side deck, above the counter. The stove/oven is a high-quality three-burner unit with safety bar. A teak-trimmed Corian slider covers the stove or stows outboard/down as a backsplash when using the stove. The fridge and freezer have hinged top and front-opening doors. Remote reading thermometers in the aft bulkhead indicate freezer and fridge temps at a glance.  An ice cube maker is below the countertop aft. Knife blocks are built flush into the countertop at the forward and aft ends of the counter. 110V outlets, two opening ports, underdeck lights, and overhead spot lights finish the galley.

A major feature of the Hylas 54 center cockpit design is the large owner’s stateroom aft of the cockpit; nicely separated from the guest staterooms and salon. This stateroom is entered through a locking privacy door aft of the galley. A centerline island berth measures 78” long by 6’ wide with forward rounded corners. Headroom measures 6’ 5”. To starboard, there is storage outboard in three lockers and a additional tall locker with shelves. To port, there are three low lockers and a tall bank of drawers. Additional storage cabinets and bin storage are below the berth.  Open shelves are aft of the berth in way of the two opening transom ports.  A double door hanging locker is forward on centerline below the cockpit.  A teak-trimmed dressing mirror is on the head door.  An overhead hatch, two opening cabin side ports, two cowl vents, two cabin fans, two reading lights, overhead spot lights, underdeck spot lights, stereo speakers, air conditioning control, and 110V outlets complete this stateroom.

The master head/shower is to port and entered from the stateroom. Finish is of white laminate panels with varnished teak trim and vanity base. The sink is integral with the alabaster Corian countertop in an elegantly curved vanity located outboard. An electric flush head is forward/outboard. Three teak-trimmed mirrors are attached to medicine cabinet doors and properly angled up for shaving.  Another teak-trimmed mirror is mounted inboard above a grab rail. The large stall shower is forward and closed with a hinged, teak-trimmed acrylic door.  A bench seat is outboard.  A large locker with shelves is located outboard below the deck. Teak towel bars on chrome mounts are in the shower stall and head.  120V GFCI outlet, cabin fan, underdeck lights, and opening cabin side port complete this head compartment.

Manual fresh and raw water foot pumps in galley

Isotherm icemaker (2021)

(2) Novacool LT201 refrigeration/freezer compressors for separate fridge and freezer compartments

Force 10 propane 3-burner stove/oven with broiler
Xintex P-2BNV propane solenoid control and fume detector (2020)

New propane hoses, regulator, fume detector and new tank (2020)

(2) 20lb aluminum propane tanks in dedicated deck lockers

Sharp microwave

(3) CruiseAir air conditioning/reverse cycle heat units (2015), all raw water and condensation hoses replaced (2020)

Raritan electric toilet in forward head (rebuilt 2018)

Raritan Elegance electric toilet in aft head with fresh and sea water flush options (2018)

New Hella EuroLED 75 overhead lights throughout interior (2019)

LED reading lamps

Red LED foot lights (2020)

New upholstery and foam throughout (2021)

Refinished cabin sole (2021)



Voyager’s hull is painted dark blue with a red boot stripe and gold cove stripe. Four stainless hull side ports are located below a teak rub rail that’s capped with stainless steel, protecting the hull sides from piling damage.  The hull is trademark German Frers with a slightly overhanging and fine bow, slight sheer line, modest freeboard, and reverse transom with upper corner tumblehome.

A teak toe rail is mounted atop the hull to deck joint. Her deck is white gelcoat with blue molded nonskid. Tall stanchions support double lifelines running between bow and stern. Midships and stern boarding gates are fitted.  A low coachroof is forward of the raised salon. Large side and forward windows are the trademark feature of this “raised salon” model, providing amazing light and views to the salon and galley area. This raised salon also protects the center cockpit.  A raised coachroof aft of the cockpit affords aft cabin headroom. Handrails are fitted atop the coachroof (teak) and raised salon (stainless steel) for moving about underway.

The center cockpit is well-protected and comfortable for sailing or lounging. A dodger mounts atop a curved foundation and a folding bimini shelters from sun or rain. Cockpit seats are ergonomically designed, measuring 7’ 6” long, and 15” wide with 20” high backs. The cockpit sole is covered with a teak grate and cockpit seats are teak overlay. Water wells and large drains remove errant spray or rain.  Chartplotter, VHF remote microphone, engine and bow thruster controls, and compass are situated on the steering pedestal.

Deck accessible storage is an important consideration on any blue water cruising yacht. Extra sails, dive gear, outboard gas, fishing gear, extra anchors, cleaning gear, folding bikes, inflatable SUP’s and kayaks, dock lines and fenders, cooking gas, etc. The Hylas 54 has ample volume for this gear without taking up valuable accommodation space. The anchor locker is forward with a flush gasketed and guttered deck hatch to access this space. Next aft, a deck hatch opens to the deep bow locker where spinnaker, lines, and other gear are stored. A watertight collision bulkhead is aft of this bow locker. Hinged lids in the aft cockpit coaming cover two smaller lockers; a great location for snatch blocks and “quick grab” items. Outboard of the cockpit, flush hatches access dedicated cooking gas lockers. Stern quarter lockers have removable/grated shelves to deal with their large volume. Finally, a full-beam locker below the stern steps is a wonderful location for outboard gas, stern anchor, and snorkel/dive gear.

The reverse transom has a molded lower swim platform/step and three narrower steps providing easy access from water, dock, or tender to the main deck. A fold over, hinged, four step swim ladder is mounted on the swim platform and deployable from the water for safety. There is a substantial stainless steel arch that doubles as a dinghy davit and platform for the 560 watt solar array.

Solid lead keel with solid 35 mm stainless-steel keel bolts with transverse mounted 8 mm backing plates

A full skeg protects the rudder for optimal performance and safety

Watertight collision bulkhead forward of forward cabin with independent overboard drainage

Solid stainless-steel striker plate for bow protection

Watertight stern sections across aft lazarettes and stern locker

Teak rubrail with stainless-steel striker plate

Maxwell stainless vertical capstan anchor windlass with line gypsy, bow foot button controls and remote cockpit control

Spade S180 99 lb primary anchor (2020, never used)

300’ G43 hi-test 3/8” chain (2019, never used)

Mantus M1 105 lb storm anchor (2020, never used)

30kg Bruce anchor

Mantus anchor bridle (2020, never used)

Mantus M2 anchor hook (2020, never used)

32″ high stanchions, 1.25″ diameter, and stainless lifelines (lifelines new 2021)

Hinged stainless-steel framed/varnished teak slat fold-down pushpit seats

Divided, overboard-draining bow anchor rode locker

(4) Stainless steel cowl vents on varnished dorade boxes, (2) forward (with stainless steel protective guards) and (2) aft

Handrails on foredeck coachroof and aft coachroof

(2) stainless steel 12″ bow cleats, (2) 12″ midship cleats and (2) 12″ stern cleats

(6) Stainless steel closed mooring chocks

Manship 316 stainless overhead hatches

Manship opening ports in coachroof sides

Screens for opening ports and hatches

Large aft stern lazarettes, port and starboard

Freshwater hot and cold shower on stern platform

Outboard engine mount on stern rail

(2) fishing rod holders

Fold down stainless-steel side ladder with teak treads (stowed between lifeline gates)

Stainless steel companionway handrails

Stainless raised salon coachroof handrails

Teak cockpit grate and teak cockpit seat overlay

Companionway dodger with zippered front window and grab bar (2016)

Cockpit bimini with helm station overhead window and clear side panels (2016)

Full set of dark blue cockpit seat cushions




The Hylas 54 is a fast cruising yacht that with a powerful sailplan and underbody appendages working in harmony to provide fast offshore passages and fun afternoon sails. Voyager features a Selden three spreader aluminum mast with a conventionally rigged mainsail stowed in a stack pack cover. The genoa and staysail are set on fixed furlers. Genoa sheet tracks are well inboard for tight upwind angles. A cruising spinnaker is available for light air off the wind sailing.

Selden keel-stepped aluminum mast with triple spreaders and Selden aluminum boom (spars and standing rigging replaced in 2015)

Selden rigid boom vang

Discontinuous 1×19 standing rigging with mechanical terminals

Forward and aft lower shrouds for rig stability

Furlex 400s genoa furler

Furlex 400s staysail furler

UK Sails mainsail (2015, very light use)

UK Sails genoa (2015, very light use)


UK sails cruising spinnaker (2015, never used)

(2) Lewmar 48 ST winches on mast
(2) Lewmar 66 ST electric primary winches

(2) Lewmar 54 ST secondary winches

(1) Lewmar 48 ST electric mainsheet winch

(1) Lewmar 48 ST main halyard winch

Lewmar 5:1 mainsheet to dedicated cockpit winch

Lewmar 4:1 mainsheet traveller

High load Lewmar blocks and rope clutches

Primary and secondary genoa halyards

Spinnaker halyard with Lewmar swivel block

Tricolor and anchor light at masthead

Steaming light on mast

Foredeck light on mast

(4) Aluminum cleats on mast

(2) Harken standup blocks on forward cabintop for staysail sheets

(2) 10’ Lewmar “T” genoa sheet tracks with adjustable lead cars

(2) Lewmar double foot blocks for staysail and genoa sheets outboard of cockpit

Harken standup blocks on stern quarters for spinnaker sheets




Voyager is fully outfitted for extended cruising and is fresh off a major systems refit. Access to systems is excellent. The engine space is below the center cockpit/galley: removable, well-insulated doors allow for quick inspection or full access for larger maintenance tasks.


Yanmar 4LHA HTP 160 hp four cylinder turbocharged diesel engine (new 2015, approximately 155 hours)

Yanmar engine control panel in cockpit with analog oil pressure water temperature, tachometer, and alarms

Kanzaki KM5A transmission

Single lever throttle and shift control on steering pedestal

3 blade Max Prop feathering propeller

1.75” stainless propeller shaft

Packing gland shaft seal

Shaftshark line cutter on shaft

Dual Racor primary fuel filters with selector valve and vacuum gage (2019)

Majority of fuel lines replaced, added fuel polishing loop and auxiliary pump (2019)

12V in line fuel pump for engine priming

Reverso 12V electric oil change pump

Whitlock steering pedestal with varnished teak-trimmed wheel

Side power bow thruster

Viking 16 electric main bilge pump (2018)

Rule electric main bilge pump

Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pump

Viking 16 electric sail locker bilge pump (2019)

Viking 16 electric lazarette bilge pump (2020)

All new bilge pump hoses in 2019

High water alarm

Tank Tender tank monitor

All tanks have easy access for inspection with dipsticks threaded tank top fill ports and deck fills

Par Max + freshwater pressure pump

Flotec FP7105-8 pressure water expansion tank

20-gallon hot water heater heated via engine, shorepower, or genset

All through hull fittings are bronze with seacocks or valves, and electrically bonded

New hoses and Y valves for sanitation system (2018)

(2) Johnson Viking Power 32 waste pumps (2019)

(2) fiberglass holding tanks, 60 gallon total capacity

(4) stainless fuel tanks, approximately 291 gallon total capacity

(4) stainless water tanks, approximately 164 gallon total capacity



12 volt DC and 110/220 volt AC electric systems. Dedicated breaker panel with analog ammeter/voltmeters. 110/220 rotary switch for generator or shore power.


12v DC and 110v/220v AC electrical systems

50 amp shore power service and cord

Hylas Yachts AC/DC electrical distribution panel

DC control panel next to helm to control windlass and all mast and running lights

(6) Firefly Oasis L16+ Carbon Foam house batteries (900 total amp hours/720 amp hour usable rating, new 2019)

(2) Northstar Group 27 AGM engine start batteries (2018)

(1) Northstar Group 31 AGM generator start battery (2021)
(2) Northstar Group 31 AGM auxiliary batteries for bow thruster and windlass (2018)

(2) Victron Multiplus 12/3000/120 3000 watt inverter/120amp chargers (2019)

Victron Color Control GX touch screen inverter/battery charger/solar controller display (2019)

(2) Victron BMV-702 battery monitor displays (2019)

Sterling 60a Battery to Battery charger (allows charging all battery banks off generator, solar and any other charging source, 2019)

(2) Cyric-ct 12/24 230 amp battery combiners (allows charging of generator and auxiliary battery banks off primary engine alternator)

80 amp stock alternator

Hamilton Ferris PowerMax 200 amp large case high output alternator (2019) with Balmar Max Charge MC-614 external alternator regulator (2019)

(4) Bosch 140w-18m 140 watt solar panels on arch, 560 watts total (2015) with Victron Smart Solar MPPT 100/50 regulator (2019)

Northern Lights 6kw M67L3G generator (2021, 4.3 hours)

Northern Lights S-3C control panel with voltmeter, oil pressure and coolant temperature gauges

Centek Gen-Sep exhaust gas separator

110v outlets and 12v DC USB outlets throughout



Garmin 6212 radar/chartplotter

Garmin mast mounted radar antenna
(3) Garmin sailing instrument displays at companionway

Actisense W2K-1 NMEA 2000 to wifi gateway – provides GPS and other NMEA data on tablets and other devices (2021)

MikroTik hAP AC RouterBoard 802.11ac (2020)

Icom IC-M504 VHF radio

Icom HM162B VHF RAM mic at cockpit

Simrad AP60 autopilot control with Hynautic K3B hydraulic drive (hydraulic drive rebuilt 2021)

Fusion MS NRX200 stereo at cockpit with Bluetooth adapter

(4) Fusion stereo speakers in cockpit, (2) Fusion speakers in forward stateroom, (2) speakers in guest stateroom (no longer in service), (2) Fusion speakers in aft stateroom



Highfield CL290 Hypalon RIB dinghy (2020, unused)

Yamaha F9.9SMHB four stroke outboard engine (2021, unused)

Dinghy davits on stainless arch at transom

(2) Danforth dinghy anchors


Switlik 6200-4 6 man liferaft in canister (last inspection 3/2011)

ACR EPIRB (battery expired 3/2010)
Lifesling MOB recovery device

Magma propane BBQ plumbed to onboard propane

Dock steps


Voyager refit work, 2015 to present

Anchoring and Tackle

  • New primary anchor – 99 lb Spade S180 (2020) – never used
  • New storm anchor – 105 lb Mantus M1 (2020) – never used
  • New anchor bridle – Mantus Medium (2020) – never used
  • New anchor hook – Mantus M2 (2020) – never used
  • New anchor rode – 300 ft G43 Hi-test 3/8” Acco-Peerless Chain (2019) – never used
  • New windlass – Maxwell VMC3500 12V

Rigging, navigation, and structural

  • Replaced forward deck with new core, rebed deck plate, rebed forestay chain plate, rebuilt anchor locker (2019)
  • Replaced sail locker water-tight bulkhead, new staysail chain plate, new floor in sail locker (2019)
  • Replaced standing rigging (2015) and recently inspected (Puget Sound Rigging, December 2020)
  • New Selden mast, boom, and boom vang (2015) – very light use
  • New UK mainsail and genoa (prior owner, 2015) – very light use
  • New UK asymmetric spinnaker (prior owner, 2015) – never used
  • Replaced stainless lifelines (2021)
  • Installed new hi-power LED bulbs for forward and aft navigation lights, replaced navigation light wiring (2021)


  • New aft head – Raritan Marine Elegance with Seaflush option (both seawater and fresh water flush) (2018)
  • Rebuilt forward head with new seals (2018)
  • Replaced all sanitation hoses, vent hoses, and installed new Raritan Y-valves to allow easier combination of holding tank and pump out options (2018)
  • New forward and aft pump out pumps – Viking Power 32 12V (2019)

Engine, Generator, and Fuel

  • New engine – Yanmar 4LHA-HTP 160 HP (2015, approximately 155 hours)
  • New generator – Northern Lights 6kW M67L3G (2021)
  • New engine starter motor (2018)
  • Replaced engine zincs (2021)
  • New dual fuel filters – Racor 75500MAX2 (2019)
  • Added fuel polishing loop and auxiliary fuel pump (2019)
  • Replaced majority of fuel lines (2019)
  • Rebuilt autopilot ram – Hynautic K3B (2021)

Batteries and Electrical

  • New house batteries – 6 X Firefly Oasis L16+ Carbon Foam AGM (900 amp hours max, 720 amp hours usable based on manufacturers rating due to carbon foam technology) (2019)
  • New engine start batteries – 2 X Northstar AGM Group 27 (2018)
  • New generator start battery – 1 X Northstar AGM Group 31 (2021)
  • New auxiliary (bow thruster/windlass) batteries – 2 X Northstar AGM Group 31 (2018)
  • Replaced majority of battery cables throughout boat, including all engine and generator battery cabling (2018-2021)
  • New inverter/chargers – 2 X Victron Multiplus 3000 (combined 6000 watts of inverter power) (2019)
  • New secondary alternator – Hamilton Ferris PowerMax 200 amp (large case) (2019)
  • New alternator regulator for secondary alternator – Balmar MC-614 (2019)
  • New DC-to-DC battery charger – Sterling DC-to-DC 60 amp (allows charging all battery banks off generator, solar, and any other charging source) (2019)
  • New battery combiners – 2 X Cyrix-ct 12/24 230 amp (allows charging of generator and auxiliary battery banks off primary engine alternator)
  • New battery monitors – 2 X Victron BMV-702 (2019)
  • New inverter/battery/solar touchpad controller – Victron Color Control GX (2019)
  • New solar charger – Victron Smart Solar MPPT 100/50 (2019)
  • Rewired solar panels, including all wiring from panels to solar controller (2021)

House systems

  • New overhead LED lights throughout boat – Hella EuroLED 75 (2019)
  • Replaced all red foot lights with LED bulbs (2020)
  • New propane regulator – Dickinson 2 stage regulator mounted in propane locker (2020)
  • New propane fume detector – Fireboy Xintex P-2BNV (2020)
  • New primary propane tank – Manchester aluminum 20 lb tank (2020)
  • Replaced all propane hoses (2020)
  • New icemaker – Isotherm stainless steel 115V, 22 lb white ice cubes/day (2021)
  • Replaced all freshwater hot and cold lines, new freshwater manifold, new accumulator tank, new dual filter system (2020)
  • New primary bilge pump – Viking 16 (2018)
  • New sail locker bilge pump – Viking 16 (2019)
  • New aft lazarette bilge pump – Viking 16 (2020)
  • Replaced all bilge pump hoses (2019)
  • Replaced all shower drain hoses and float switches (2020)
  • Replaced all air conditioning raw water and condensation hoses (2020)

House interior

  • New interior cushions in the salon and on nav station chair (2021)
  • New foam mattresses in all cabins (2021)
  • Re-varnished cabin sole in all cabins, galley, salon, and nav station (2021)


  • New NMEA 2000 to Wifi Gateway – Actisense W2K-1 (for using GPS or other NMEA 2000 data on tablets) (2021)
  • New Wifi router – MikroTik hAP AC RouterBoard 802.11ac (2020)
  • Added bluetooth adapter to Fusion stereo (2019)
  • New wall-mount TV – Vizio LCD TV

Additional Equipment

  • New Dinghy – Highfield CL290 Hypalon fabric (2020)
  • New Dinghy Motor – Yamaha 4-stroke 9.9 HP F9.9SMHB (2021)
  • New dinghy lift tackle (2021)

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